With the spoilers that have been revealed and the Twitter hints from creator Mike Fleiss, Bachelor In Paradise Season 3 is going to be quite intense. It’s been revealed that there will be “multiple engagements” this season and a whole lot of other crazy drama. That should be obvious since Chad Johnson, the villain of The Bachelorette, is scheduled to be there, but no one could have expected what he has repoertedly told one female cast member.
Chad Johnson made a huge name for himself on The Bachelorette with working out, eating, irrational personality, eating, evil ways, and eating. He made no friends on the show, and it wasn’t surprising when JoJo Fletcher sent him packing.
Now, he’s going to be on Bachelor In Paradise, and he may have actually gotten worse.
According to Us Magazine, Chad is picking “up right where he left off” and some don’t think that could mean good things for the other guys on the show. Well, it now seems as if he’s turned his evil attention to the women who will be on Bachelor In Paradise.
One source says there is going to be a moment when things get extremely tense in Season 3 and Chad “says a really awful word to a female cast member.”
Now, anyone can put their mind to work and think of what he very likely said to a female cast member. Obviously, ABC would end up bleeping out that word when it comes time to air the moment, but they may just cut it out completely.
On top of that, fans are rather curious who he may have said the “awful word” to, but that information hasn’t yet gotten out. It could be Lace Morris, Jubilee Sharpe, Amanda Stanton, Caila Quinn, or any number of other past contestants who went to Mexico.
People online sayin “violence is never the answer!”.. Well.. Since the beginning of humans, violence has kinda sometimes been the answer lol
— Chad Johnson (@1ChadJohnson) June 29, 2016
One thing that is known: Chad doesn’t end up finding true love while in Mexico for Bachelor In Paradise. But, why does he go home? Some are now wondering if this little incident with a female cast member is going to cause show producers to kick him off and send him back to be on his own.
It’s hard to think that ABC would go the route of casting Chad as the next lead on The Bachelor, and this latest incident may push any thought of that totally out the window.
On a more positive note, there are a number of couples who have reportedly found true love during their time in Mexico and “multiple engagements” have occurred. Those engagements should lead to at least one set of vows.
I bet that at least one of our #BachelorInParadise engaged couples will get married… ❤️
— Mike Fleiss (@fleissmeister) June 28, 2016
When it was announced that Chad Johnson would head to Mexico and join the cast of Season 3 of Bachelor In Paradise, everyone knew trouble was on its way. Then, word got out he was dating Hope Higginbotham, but that it could all be a scam so he can become the next lead on The Bachelor. Through all his villainy, though, no one thought he would stoop to some of the new, low depths that he has reached.
[Image via Chad Johnson/Instagram]